Updated: Mar 26, 2019
Climate Change Discussion
Thursday, March 21, 7 PM
Annapolis Friends Meeting House
Wednesday, March 27, 7 PM
Annapolis Maritime Museum
Events of Interest to CSGA
National Call / Elders Climate Action
Mar 26, 7 PM - Teleconference
Be informed, prepared, and involved when industry is your neighbor! / Halt the Harm Network
Mar 27, 7 PM - Webinar
First General Meeting / Baltimore Peoples Climate Movement
Mar 25, 6 PM - 1808 Pennsylvania Avenue, Baltimore
News, Information, and Opinion of Interest to CSGA
Annapolis Youth Climate Strike: Students call for action now - Capital Gazette
Dozens of Maryland students who skipped school Friday to strike in Annapolis shouted those words at City Dock, standing at the edge of Ego Alley where water laps onto the pavement.
School climate strikes draw thousands to the streets in cities around the globe - The Washington Post
A protest that began last summer with a single student has become a worldwide movement.
Annapolis Green to kick off year long series on climate change - Capital Gazette
Annapolis Green kicks off a year-long series of discussions on climate change March 27 to address the essential questions related to the global phenomena.
Growing food, profits and populations with renewable energy, resilient agriculture.
The long- sought goal to transition from coal to solar power in southwestern Virginia is being met, thanks to federal funding.
Gov. Ralph Northam on Thursday vetoed two measures that he said would hamstring the state’s plans for curbing carbon emissions from power plants and vehicles.
How broadcast TV networks covered climate change in 2018 | Media Matters For this study, Media Matters examined 2018 news coverage of climate change on broadcast TV networks, counting and analyzing segments devoted to climate change.
U.S. Blocks U.N. Resolution on Geoengineering - Scientific American
The measure called for a report on carbon capture and solar radiation management.
Finding the right "dose" for solar geoengineering | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Solar geoengineering could halve global temperature increases without making climate change worse, research shows.
Climate advocates say an overhaul of the nation’s flood insurance program being unveiled by the Trump administration will spur communities around the country to better plan for extreme weather, but could drive up costs for some homeowners.
Death toll in Mozambique cyclone, floods could surpass 1,000 | Thompson Reuters Foundation
Cyclone Idai has also left a trail of death and destruction across Zimbabwe and Malawi, with vast areas of land flooded, roads destroyed and communication wiped out.
Cyclone Idai could be the Southern Hemisphere’s deadliest storm - The Washington Post
Almost a week after the storm made landfall, there are fears the death toll could be in the thousands.
A majority of climate change panel members have investments in fossil fuel companies, and at least two have ties to the renewable industry.
The data is in.
Maryland should put power in the hands of communities - The Washington Post
Across the country cities are using their authority to create community choice aggregators to drive the transition to 100 percent renewable electricity.
In two states that flipped from Democratic to Republican in the 2016 presidential race, the devastating floods are focusing voter's attention on climate change — and the both parties' response to it.
Climate-Change Advocates Are on the March - The Atlantic
For the first time in years, a broad spectrum of climate advocates is playing offense.
Why Won’t These Democrats Reject Fossil Fuel Money? | The New Republic
The No Fossil Fuel Money Pledge is a major litmus test for 2020 candidates.
To better understand Dominion Energy's LNG terminal in Cove Point and its role in the global LNG trade, Baltimore Sun reporter Kevin Rector spent months reporting in and around Cove Point, in the fracking fields of Pennsylvania and in Japan, the largest foreign consumer of Cove Point gas.
When last week’s bomb cyclone hit the Midwest, it was hard to imagine the inundation it could bring amid whiteout conditions and more than a foot of snow. But the warm weather that wrapped in behind it quickly melted out all that white stuff and unleashed historic flooding across parts of Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, Kansas, and Missouri.